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How to Make Your Car Last Forever: Avoid Expensive Repairs, Improve Fuel Economy, Understand Your Warranty, Save Money (Motorbooks Workshop) Paperback – October 3, 2010
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About the Author
Tom Torbjornsen is the creator and host of America's Car Show, which has been on radio airwaves since 1991. With over 35 years in the automotive industry and almost two decades in automotive talk radio, Tom makes learning about cars easy with his personal manner, his expert advice, and his high energy and entertaining style. He has the unique gift of simplifying the complex and demystifying the technical.
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Top Customer Reviews
One problem I noticed is that various "schematics" were on the wrong pages (it would say refer to X below, but instead of below it would be on the previous page and such). Also, on at least one occasion it would refer to "color coded" areas of schematics that were not color, only black and white (how in the world did they miss THAT one??? Tsk tsk)
Pro's: good practical advice about how to take care of your car. Good introduction to the topic.
Con's: probably not a book for the advanced auto mechanic. But the majority of mechanics would agree with his advice
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good information and easy to read. Quite useful for those who don't know much about cars and mechanics.Published 1 month ago by Mr. Albert Brein
Great book. Enough depth for a novice to understand how your car works.Published 4 months ago by Christopher Faith